Volvo’s First EV Targets Chevy Bolt’s Long Range

By Stephen Elmer Volvo is working to introduce its first all-electric vehicle and the brand is targeting a range of at least 250 miles.
Speaking with Automotive News at the Geneva Motor Show, Lex Kerssemakers, the CEO of Volvo Car USA, said that he has tasked engineers with coming up with an electric car that will travel at least 250 miles on a charge and cost between $35,000 and $40,000, all by 2019. That would give the Volvo EV more range than the 238 miles found in the Chevy Bolt and more than most basic Tesla Model S 60D.
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